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Unpolished Rice v/s Polished Rice

Unpolished Rice v/s Polished Rice

Rice in a vital piece of regular Indian eating regimen because of the different advantages it gives. There is an assortment of Indian rice accessible with various dietary qualities and advantages.

 

Rice has many benefits. It provides instant energy, slows down the aging process, provides Vitamin B & has high amounts of carbohydrates and proteins. Rice is manufactured and used in many forms viz. rice meal, plain rice, rice flour, rice rava and rice atta. All these forms of processed rice are manufactured in their own unique way and every type has its own unique technique of the production.

There are major two types of rice consumed in India.

  • Unpolished Rice or Brown Rice
  • Polished Rice or White Rice

Rice is a rich source of carbohydrates for all socio-economic classes. Rice is also low in fat and high in protein. It is cheap and can is useful in multiple dishes. It contains essential nutrients such as iron, magnesium and B vitamins.

But which rice has more nutrients and which rice to consume is a growing concern in people.

  • Unpolished Rice or Brown Rice

Unpolished rice or brown rice is whole grain rice with only the outer hull removed. It is available in long grain, medium grain and short grain. Brown rice is chewier compared to white rice. It has a nutty flavour and is considered more nutritious. It is usually low in calorie content and is rich in high fibre content. It is rich of other nutrients such as potassium, selenium, choline, phosphorus and magnesium

Studies have also revealed that brown rice consumption by type 2 diabetes is associated with low risk as it has low glycaemic index. Brown rice contains 4 times more manganese than the white rice. Manganese helps in collagen production helping to maintain skin health.

Brown rice is the best rice to devour because of uncountable advantages it gives. Brown rice is high in dissolvable fiber and less in calories. The oil exhibit in it is great as it expands great cholesterol and brings down circulatory strain and awful cholesterol. It isn't usually utilized as a part of Indian family units since numerous are insensible of its medical advantages, and also in light of the fact that it is costlier than white rice. Because of the starch exhibit in brown rice, the absorption of fiber is ease back prompting a controlled and moderate arrival of sugar into the blood. It likewise has bring down glycemic record when contrasted with different grains including white rice.

  • Polished or White Rice

White rice is basically brown rice after the process of milling is completed to remove the rice’s husk, bran and germ layer. This process helps in increasing the shelf life of rice but highly reduces its nutritional value. It is available in long grain, medium grain and short grain. And its long grain is famously called ‘Basmati’ because of its aroma and taste. 

It is stripped of most of its nutrients due to the process of milling and contains small residues of chemicals used to polish the rice to give its clear white colour. The glycaemic index differs in according with the type of rice and is not advisable for diabetic people.

White rice is simplest to process digest anytime of the day and that is the reason it is suggested for youngsters and more seasoned individuals. White rice is devoured by most Indian families because of the high sugar content in it, which gives sufficient vitality. It likewise helps in alleviating stomach related scatters, for example, the runs, colitis and looseness of the bowels. White rice is additionally low in fibre and in this way is effortlessly processed by our framework. It additionally has a calm measure of protein - each 150 grams of rice has around 5 grams of protein.

This brings us to our conclusion that brown rice is clearly much better for regular intake as compared to white rice.

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 13/12/2018  Ajinkya Sakhare

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